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eGovernment’s benchmark study 2020: Austria is the European leader in digitalisation of eGovernment services

Powerful digital management services are increasing The effects of Covid-19 have once again made clear the importance of high-performance eGovernment in crisis situations, but also for modern societies as a whole, “emphasizes Bernd Bugelnig, CEO of Capgemini in Austria.” For public administrations that want their citizens and companies should benefit as much from the digital transformation as possible, powerful e-government …

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Austria at the forefront of eGovernment in Europe – Politics –

23.09.2020 11:19 (Akt. 23.09.2020 11:19) The annual benchmark for eGovernment provides the European Commission with insights into the status of eGovernment services in Europe. This year’s results show that all European countries have improved the provision of digital services. The study also shows that when it comes to the introduction and implementation of digital administrative services, Austria is 87 percent, …

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14 young people injured after a lightning strike on a football field

A 16-year-old was flown to the hospital by rescue helicopter, and 13 other young people also came to a clinic. 07.50 on 23 September 2020 Facebook Twitter WhatsApp © APA / BARBARA GINDL On Tuesday night, lightning struck a football field in Abtwil, Switzerland, during a game of young people and injured 14 players. Lightning first hit a light pole, …

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Ginsburg’s legacy issue in the first debate between Trump and Biden

This is stated in an overview that the organizers published on Wednesday (local time) for the long-awaited broadcast on 29 September. Following the death of Constitutional Judge Ruth Bader Ginsburg, her successor to the US Supreme Court is an extremely controversial issue. Republican Trump wants to present a candidate this Saturday. The Democrats, on the other hand, demand that a …

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China is also pursuing a controversial work program in Tibet

Last updated on Wednesday 09/09/2020, 01:10 According to a report by a US research institute, China is forcing Tibetan shepherds and farmers into work programs similar to those in the troubled Chinese region of Xinjiang. This practice threatens to lead to “loss of cultural heritage” in Tibet, says a report published on Tuesday. The mountain region was independent until 1951 …

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In short: the distribution of refugees in the EU “failed”

A few hours before the European Commission wants to present its migration pact today, the Chancellor makes people sit up and notice an unmistakable result. And says what Austria did. Chancellor Sebastian Kurz (ÖVP) described the distribution of refugees in the EU as “failed”. “So many states are rejecting it. It will not work either,” Kurz said in an interview …

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Kurz believes that the EU’s distribution of refugees is “failed” – …

We start the news day live with you and give you a quick overview of tomorrow’s most important topics. “Failed” distribution of EU refugees: “So many states reject it. It will not work either,” said Chancellor Kurz (ÖVP) in an interview with AFP’s news agency. The European Commission wants to present its new proposals for the asylum reform, which has …

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Kurz believes that the EU’s distribution of refugees is “failed” – …

We start the news day live with you and give you a quick overview of tomorrow’s most important topics. “Failed” distribution of EU refugees: “So many states reject it. It will not work either,” said Chancellor Kurz (ÖVP) in an interview with the AFP news agency. The European Commission wants to present its new proposals for the asylum reform, which …

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